Dingboche is a village in the Khumbu region of northeastern Nepal in the Chukhung Valley. Its population was estimated at approximately 200 in 2011. It is situated at an altitude of 4,410 metres.
A helicopter-landing pad is located just west of the Imja River. Dingboche is home to an Internet cafe (using satellite technology). One of the characteristics of Dingboche is the kilometers of stonewalls, built using the stones of different sizes that cover the entire Valley of Imja. These stones are removed in order to plow the soil and end up being piled one over the other creating kilometers of walls.
5 rooms with attached toilet (in October will be 10 more attached rooms) – 300 Rs
7 rooms (1 toilet for 2 rooms) – 200 Rs
wi-fi – 500 Rs per day
hot shower – 500 Rs (gas)
Spacious rooms, very clean, white bed sheets. All rooms are good-lighted, you can read there. The restaurant will be rebuilt and renewed by October 2013.